Vinyl LP pressing. I'll Figure This Out, Barely Civil's sophomore full-length, offers temporary solutions to this existential concern. With Chris Teti (TWIABP, Fiddlehead) joining as producer, the band's massive live energy translates into concise, yet expansive arrangements. "Box for My Organs" slams sonic triumph against plainspoken self-doubt. Grief and guilt are on the same plane in "Bottom of the Lake," while the band contemplates the sustainability of burning their twenties at both ends on "The Worst Part of December." "I feel like our music revolves around the process of analyzing who we are and where we come from," Connor Erickson explains. "Possibly, even, where we belong." I'll Figure This Out attempts to answer those questions while turning completely inward. It's a darker chapter in a constantly evolving discography. The only way out, it seems, is through.
Vinyl LP pressing. I'll Figure This Out, Barely Civil's sophomore full-length, offers temporary solutions to this existential concern. With Chris Teti (TWIABP, Fiddlehead) joining as producer, the band's massive live energy translates into concise, yet expansive arrangements. "Box for My Organs" slams sonic triumph against plainspoken self-doubt. Grief and guilt are on the same plane in "Bottom of the Lake," while the band contemplates the sustainability of burning their twenties at both ends on "The Worst Part of December." "I feel like our music revolves around the process of analyzing who we are and where we come from," Connor Erickson explains. "Possibly, even, where we belong." I'll Figure This Out attempts to answer those questions while turning completely inward. It's a darker chapter in a constantly evolving discography. The only way out, it seems, is through.
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I'll Figure This Out
Artist: Barely Civil
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Vinyl LP pressing. I'll Figure This Out, Barely Civil's sophomore full-length, offers temporary solutions to this existential concern. With Chris Teti (TWIABP, Fiddlehead) joining as producer, the band's massive live energy translates into concise, yet expansive arrangements. "Box for My Organs" slams sonic triumph against plainspoken self-doubt. Grief and guilt are on the same plane in "Bottom of the Lake," while the band contemplates the sustainability of burning their twenties at both ends on "The Worst Part of December." "I feel like our music revolves around the process of analyzing who we are and where we come from," Connor Erickson explains. "Possibly, even, where we belong." I'll Figure This Out attempts to answer those questions while turning completely inward. It's a darker chapter in a constantly evolving discography. The only way out, it seems, is through.